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  • Travel and Explore Places Of Interest

     "Hollywood, CA"
     
     Hollywood, California
     
     
     

    It was the abundant sunshine and varied terrain that attracted moviemakers to Los Angeles. Hollywood began as a small planned residential community. The Nestor Film Company set up shop in 1911--in an abandoned Hollywood tavern. Cecil Be DeMille shot the first Hollywood film in 1913. By the time of the 1915 premier of the controversial film, "Birth of a Nation," Hollywood was an established film location. Today, Hollywood has taken on a mistique of its own, and millions of visitors flock to the area in hopes of seeing movie stars, enjoying the movie and television studios, and visiting the area attractions.

     Autry Museum of Western Heritage
     4700 Western Heritage Way
     Hollywood, California
     (323) 667-2000
     http://www.autry-museum.org/
     The Autry is devoted to preserving and interpreting the rich history and traditions of the American West. With one of the most comprehensive collections of western history and art, its seven permanent galleries and special exhibitions offer material gathered from the many cultures and events that have shaped the legacy of this vast region.

     Capitol Records
     1750 North Vine Street
     Hollywood, California
     (323) 871-5763
     http://www.hollywoodandvine.com/
     
    The site has made some of the greatest artists we see today.

     Edmund D. Edelman Hollywood Bowl Museum, The
     2301 N. Highland Ave.
     Hollywood, California
     (213) 850-2058
     http://www.hollywoodbowl.org/museum/museum_main.cfm
     The museum has a multimedia look at the history of the Hollywood Bowl.

     El Capitan Theatre
     6838 Hollywood Boulevard
     Hollywood, California
     (323) 468-8262
     http://cms.disney.go.com/disneypictures/el_capitan/
     The historical theatre offers priemeres and movies since it opening in 1941.

     Griffith Observatory
     2800 East Observatory Road
     Hollywood, California
     (323) 664-1181
     http://www.griffithobs.org/
     A major landmark since 1935 and has over a million visitors a year.

     Guinness World of Records Museum
     6764 Hollywood Blvd.
     Hollywood, California
     (213) 463-6433
     
     The museum has video and displays of historical and statistical information.

     Hollywood Bowl
     2301 N. Highland Ave.
     Hollywood, California
     (213) 850-2000 or 480-3232
     http://www.hollywoodbowl.org/
     
    The center hosts concerts by the Los Angeles Philharmonic and the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra.

     Hollywood Chamber of Commerce
     7018 Hollywood Blvd.
     Hollywood, California
     (213) 469-8311
     http://www.hollywoodcoc.org/
     The official site for the world-famous entertainment capital - featuring information about the community, businesses, Walk of Fame and Hollywood Sign.

     Hollywood Entertainment Museum
     7021 Hollywood Boulevard
     Hollywood, California
     (323) 465-7900
     http://www.hollywoodmuseum.com/
     See the Hollywood, the place where celebrities and movie stars are, learn and feel the history of Hollywood, visit the Cheers set and Star Trek set, and be a star for a day!

     Hollywood Heritage Museum
     1824 N. Curson Ave.
     Hollywood, California
     (323) 874-4005
     http://www.hollywoodheritage.org/
     Hollywood Heritage is an organization dedicated to the preservation of Hollywood's history, including the motion picture industry and community. HHI operates Wattles Mansion and Gardens, the Silents Society, and the Hollywood Heritage Museum in the Lasky-DeMille Barn in Hollywood across from the Hollywood Bowl.

     Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel
     7000 Hollywood Blvd.
     Hollywood, California
     (323) 466-7000
     http://www.hollywoodroosevelt.com/
     The Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel Los Angeles is conveniently located in the heart of Hollywood, California, on the famous Hollywood Walk of Fame and across the street from Mann's Chinese Theatre. The hotel is centrally located to all Southern California resorts and attractions like Universal Studios Hollywood, Six Flag's Magic Mountain, Disneyland, Knott's Berry Farm, Santa Monica beach, Venice beach and more. What's more, the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel features 335 newly renovated guestrooms all just 15 miles from Los Angeles International Airport.

     Hollywood Studio Museum
     Highland Ave., edge of the Hollywood Bowl parking area
     Hollywood, California
     (213) 874-2276
     
     The museum is where Cecil B. DeMille made Hollywood's first western, "The Squaw Man."

     Hollywood Wax Museum
     6767 Hollywood Blvd.
     Hollywood, California
     (213) 462-5991
     
     The museum has life-size wax figures of people and sets.

     Mann's Chinese Theatre
     6925 Hollywood Blvd.
     Hollywood, California
     
     
     The 1927 Chinese Theater is where imprinting into cement for movie stars began.

     Original Farmers Market
     6333 West Third Street
     Hollywood, California
     (323) 933-9211
     http://www.farmersmarketla.com/
     The place presents various events, food, and other things in all of Los Angeles.

     Ripley's Believe It or Not! Odditorium
     6780 Hollywood Blvd.
     Hollywood, California
     (323) 466-6335
     http://www.ripleys.com/hollywood2.htm
     
    The odditorium has nearly 300 unusual items from around the world.

     Sightseeing Tours
     
     Hollywood, California
     
     
     The tours are a good way to see Hollywood's landmarks and homes of celebrities.

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